Residence Inn Tucson Speedway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... beer that's at a monstrous 8%. After consuming that we move on. We pub crawled down the Main Street, trying a local beer at every bar, until we hit Hotel Congress. Hotel congress was an old hotel that, like back home, has been turned into a bar. The big difference with this bar, compared to the other bars I've drunk in here in the US, was it had a beer garden, a big one, or patio as they called it. I suppose it's tough to call it a beer garden when there are no plants. It ...
... the Arizona Native Plant Law, which prohibits digging up saguaros and other protected species without a permit and approval of the Arizona Department of Agriculture. For more info see http://www.ehow.com/about_6113671_deser t-cactus-plants.htmlSo the Botanical Gardens then… is 135 acres of trails dedicated ...
... I just kept hoping that I would make it just a little bit longer. There were 50 mile stretches without a single gas station, and cars broke down along the way on road's shoulder. I was alone but I had a cooler full of juices, cans of espresso, and 2 gallon jugs of water.
Arizona was prettier and mountainous. Texas Canyon was a sight to see, as it was riddled with round, beige colored boulders scattered all over the mountainsides. As soon as I saw the "Tucson ...
... the time...
Back on the road again Hwy 77 to Hwy 79 towards Florence, AZ. On the way home we stopped at St. Anthony's Greek Orthodox Monastery... St. Anthony's Monastery. In 1995 six monks arrived in the southern Arizona desert to establish St. Anthony’s Monastery, carrying with them the sacred, millenial heritage of the Holy ...
... and as it turned out in Saguaro, we ended up sitting down on the couches with the Ranger as he talked to and looked at the books after the kids handed them in.
Anyway, as we were given the books and given yet another pep talk about drinking lots of water and why it's important, Ranger Richard Hill told us about the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum which was only 5 miles up the road. When we had read about it in one of our books we had decided to not go and see it, ...